Morsi monitored by Egyptian activists
By Joe Derry-Malone - 29 June 11:50

Website allows activists to track the new president.

Microsoft buys networking site Yammer for $1.2bn
By Joe Derry-Malone - 26 June 10:53

Microsoft step up battle with Google

Google launches smart TV products for the UK
By Helen Robb - 25 June 13:16

Google and Sony ready to launch Google TV on 16 July.

Facebook’s Instagram bid under investigation
By Helen Robb - 25 June 12:48

OFT to investigate Facebook’s $1bn takeover bid for photo sharing software.

Online trolls, Julian Assange on the run and Jimmy Carr’s tax dodge
By Helen Lewis - 20 June 17:48

“You’re a Bolshevik feminist Jewess.” That was one of the more printable insults aimed at a blogger named Anita Sarkeesian, who wanted to make a series of videos about the portrayal of women in computer games. And it wasn’t just offensive comments.

The real reason Julian Assange sought asylum
By Ryan Gallagher - 20 June 10:45

The WikiLeaks chief fears he could face the death penalty in the US for treason.

Julian Assange seeks political asylum in Ecuador
By Helen Lewis - 19 June 20:56

The Wikileaks founder arrives at Ecuadorian embassy, as he awaits a ruling on extradition to Sweden.

We love to mess with the Twitter bird
Are ‘most influential’ Twitter lists sexist?
By Caroline Crampton - 19 June 14:51

If rankings arbitrarily pass over women, they are meaningless.

Facebook buys facial recognition company
By Joe Derry-Malone - 19 June 11:29

Face.com, an Israeli tech company, sold for a rumoured $60m.

New Statesman on Google Currents
The New Statesman is now on Google Currents
By New Statesman - 15 June 16:36

You can now read the NS on your iPad, iPhone or Android by subscribing on the free social reading app

Sweden's official twitter account just got freaky
By Alex Hern - 12 June 11:39

Thank you, Sonja Abrahamsson, for being just a bit weird.

Anita Sarkeesian
Dear The Internet, This Is Why You Can't Have Anything Nice
By Helen Lewis - 12 June 11:34

Anita Sarkeesian's project to expose stereotypes in video games attracts a maelstrom of hate.

Thank you, hater video by Clever Pie and Isabel Fay
Thank you Hater! Anti-troll song goes viral
By Helen Lewis - 09 June 9:38

Comedian Isabel Fay takes aim at internet bullies.

The Twitter logo. OH NO WE MANIPULATED THE BIRD.
Twitter goes trademark crazy
By Alex Hern - 07 June 9:48

DO NOT MANIPULATE THE BIRD

Sideboobs!
Sideboob of Shame
By Alex Hern - 07 June 7:57

The Huffington Post has a whole section devoted to sideboobs. What more to add?

New Statesman
Paul Chambers appeal on 27 June 2012
By David Allen Green - 01 June 13:50

The TwitterJokeTrial appeal may be heard by Britain’s most senior judge.

I love you video games, so why do you keep doing this?
By Helen Lewis - 31 May 10:56

Sexy, sexy sexism in the <i>Hitman: Absolution</i> trailer.

New Statesman
Assange and the Supreme Court decision
By David Allen Green - 30 May 15:51

The extradition of an alleged rapist comes another step nearer

Press Gazette relaunches as free weekly magazine
Press Gazette relaunches as free weekly magazine
By Press Gazette - 30 May 11:58

Journalists' title goes digital

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrives at court.
Julian Assange loses extradition appeal
By George Eaton - 30 May 9:36

WikiLeaks founder will return to Sweden to face charges of sexual assault.

Rebranded press trade body claims 2m readership boost
Rebranded press trade body claims 2m readership boost
By Dominic Ponsford - 21 May 10:56

Newsworks releases statistics on advertising value.

New Statesman
Online Media Awards 2012: finalists
By Alice Gribbin - 17 May 10:48

New Statesman nominated in two categories.

New Statesman
New appointments and web expansion
By New Statesman - 16 May 14:22

Changes at the New Statesman.

New Statesman
UK Twitter users hit 10m
By Harriet Williams - 15 May 12:25

Record numbers of Twitter users access the service on a mobile.

vagendamag.blogspot.co.uk
The Vagenda joins NewStatesman.com
By Alice Gribbin - 14 May 12:22

Feminist bloggers find a second home.

C of E invokes power of prayer to help the press
C of E invokes power of prayer to help the press
By Andrew Pugh - 09 May 13:26

Sunday 20th May has been designated a day of prayer for the media.

New Statesman
Nine bailed over naming rape victim on Twitter
By Emily Wight - 03 May 11:28

Those bailed disclosed the name of footballer Ched Evans' rape victim.

New Statesman
Johnston Press predicts "few daily print titles" by 2020
By Andrew Pugh - 26 April 11:15

The media group predicts that digital audiences will grow from 10m to 20m by 2020

New Statesman
Twitter arrests imminent over naming Evans rape victim
By Press Gazette - 25 April 12:22

North Wales Police force says they are investigating.

New Statesman
Do we deserve Twitter?
By Emily Wight - 24 April 18:08

After racism and sexism have abounded on Twitter, perhaps we are not worthy of it.

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